Special Report

States Where Property Crime is Soaring

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50. Georgia
> 1-yr. change in property crime rate: 766.6 fewer crimes per 100k people
> Property crimes reported in 2020: 214,988 (7th highest)
> Property crimes reported in 2019: 294,817 (4th highest)
> Property crimes per 100K people in 2020: 2,007.4 (24th highest)
> Property crimes per 100K people in 2019: 2,774.0 (9th highest)
> Population: 10,617,423

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49. Alaska
> 1-yr. change in property crime rate: 642.0 fewer crimes per 100k people
> Property crimes reported in 2020: 16,528 (7th lowest)
> Property crimes reported in 2019: 21,293 (8th lowest)
> Property crimes per 100K people in 2020: 2,260.5 (13th highest)
> Property crimes per 100K people in 2019: 2,902.5 (4th highest)
> Population: 731,545

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48. Alabama
> 1-yr. change in property crime rate: 486.0 fewer crimes per 100k people
> Property crimes reported in 2020: 105,161 (23rd highest)
> Property crimes reported in 2019: 128,726 (20th highest)
> Property crimes per 100K people in 2020: 2,136.8 (19th highest)
> Property crimes per 100K people in 2019: 2,622.8 (13th highest)
> Population: 4,903,185

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47. Hawaii
> 1-yr. change in property crime rate: 457.9 fewer crimes per 100k people
> Property crimes reported in 2020: 33,928 (13th lowest)
> Property crimes reported in 2019: 40,617 (14th lowest)
> Property crimes per 100K people in 2020: 2,411.4 (12th highest)
> Property crimes per 100K people in 2019: 2,869.2 (5th highest)
> Population: 1,415,872

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46. Nevada
> 1-yr. change in property crime rate: 403.8 fewer crimes per 100k people
> Property crimes reported in 2020: 60,462 (18th lowest)
> Property crimes reported in 2019: 72,028 (21st lowest)
> Property crimes per 100K people in 2020: 1,926.6 (24th lowest)
> Property crimes per 100K people in 2019: 2,330.4 (20th highest)
> Population: 3,080,156

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